The Department of Chemistry is approved by the Committee on Professional Training of the American Chemical Society (ACS). Completion of the approved program leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry with American Chemical Society Certification. Students who complete this program are well qualified for graduate study or professional employment.
Major requirements: Mathematics 170-180 Physics 131-132; Biology 336; Chemistry 130-131, 250-251, 270, 310, 280, 281, 370, 340, 360, 420, 421, and at least one elective chosen from among Chemistry 355, 350, and 380. In consultation with the student's advisor, and with the permission of the department chairperson, advanced courses in Biology, Physics, Mathematics or Computer Science may be substituted for Chemistry electives.
|Humanities I||Humanities II|
|Freshman English 103||Freshman English 104|
|Chemistry 130||Chemisty 131|
|Mathematics 170||Mathematics 180|
|Humanities III||Humanities IV|
|Chemistry 250||Chemistry 251|
|Physics 131||Physics 132|
|Chemistry 270***||Chemistry 310|
|Chemistry 280||Chemistry 281|
|Biology 336***||Chemistry 420*|
|Chemistry 370***||Chemistry 360|
*CH420 Research and Seminar I carries no credit, but is a prerequisite for CH421.
**At least one of these electives must be from the list of ACS approved courses.
***CH270, CH370 or BI336 may be taken in any order.